Lockport Township Government Scholarship
The Lockport Township Officials are proud to announce the 14th annual Lockport Township Government Scholarships. The township offers programs that provide for the needs of its residents, from senior transportation, to road improvements, to help families in need and registering voters. The rising cost of education is an issue for many area families. Ron Alberico, Lockport Township Supervisor said, “This scholarship program is a great opportunity for the Township to support education and recognize outstanding young members of this community. Investing in our youth is an investment in the future.”
The committee set out to honor well-rounded students and assist them with their education expenses. In order to qualify applicants had to be graduating high school seniors with a 2.5 GPA. Candidates also needed to demonstrate their involvement in school, extra-curricular and work related activities. They were also required to submit an essay entitled “What a College Education means to me”. Four scholarships in the amount of $1000 were awarded at the monthly town The recipients of the fourteenth annual Lockport Township government Scholarships are from Lockport Township High School Austin Lenzi, Romeoville High School Carmen Awin-Ongya, Lockport Township High School Thomas Calderaro, and Lockport Township High School Zachary Martin. Congratulations to these outstanding individuals and their families.